Greyhounds Golf Strong In Second Place Finish

October 15th, 2014 by Justin Thomas

10434384The strong season for Loyola golf continued for as the Greyhounds finished 2nd at the Terrapin Invitational at Woodmont Country Club this week.

The Hounds finished with a team score of a 9-over-par 873,  just 5 shots behind the host team, University of Maryland, who took first place with a team score of a 4-over-par 868.

Loyola golfers Matt Oshrine and Jimmy Dengler grabbed top-10 finishes for the Hounds, and 4 Loyola golfers finished within the top 17.

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Stumble On Our Tumblr!

October 15th, 2014 by Courtney K

WebWe have another thing for everyone to procrastinate on now! (Procrastination is bad. Don’t do it.) Do, however, visit our TUMBLR! We will have fun pictures, videos, and songs for your viewing pleasure! Reblog us or just enjoy the beauty of WLOY. If you follow us, we might just reblog YOU!

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Wacky Wednesdays: The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Deaths

October 15th, 2014 by Lauren Keyes

log-cabin What:  The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Deaths

Where: State of Maryland’s Medical Examiner’s Office

When: Schedule by appointment

With Halloween creeping up on us, what better way to satisfy your hunger for haunting than viewing miniature models of real-life murders? At the State of Maryland’s Medical Examiner’s office lies the Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Deaths, a collection of miniature models of bloody crime scenes that are both eerie and realistic. In fact, the dollhouse-like scenes are on a scale of one foot to one inch, replicating the exact layout of the crimes as they occurred, but in the eyes of a six-inch tall Sherlock Holmes. Learn more about these deathly displays here!



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Dope New MF Doom & Bishop Nehru Collab. Album

October 14th, 2014 by Jeremy Stephenson

nehruvianNehruviandoom: NehruvianDOOM

Release Date: 10/7/14

Rating: 8/10

 

Buckle up! MF DOOM is back, accompanied by his new prodigy the 18-year old New York native, Bishop Nehru! So, sit back ladies and gents’ and enjoy the raw lyricism of the young rapper Bishop Nehru alongside the musical and lyrical genius of MF Doom. That being said do not expect the album to be chock full of Doom verses, however the few songs, which he is on, are more than fire, and Bishop Nehru is growing into a prospective great with his performance.

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Peter Whitaker and the Open Mic Night

October 14th, 2014 by Courtney K

Holy talent, Batman! Loyola is crawling with some great musical talent, including Peter Whitaker! Peter is a Senior at Loyola and was nice enough to bless us with his talents along with other students at last Thursday’s Open Mic Night. If you missed the fun, don’t worry we have a video for your viewing pleasure! Enjoy and make sure you come out to our event!



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Tourism Tuesdays: Penguin Coast Exhibit

October 14th, 2014 by Courtney K

underwater What: Penguin Coast Exhibit

Where: Maryland Zoo

When: Sept. 27- Oct. 31st, 2014

When you think of penguins, you probably think of icebergs, polar bears, and movies about a happy little tap-dancer. The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is showing penguins in a whole new light with their latest exhibit, Penguin Coast, a South-Africa-inspired habitat for African penguins, a penguin species unique to the African continent. Not only will the exhibit allows guests to get a much closer look at the adorable birds with its underwater viewing, wave action, and water features, but it will also provide resources for penguin housing, breeding, and care that will assist this endangered species. To find out more, visit the Maryland Zoo website!



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How Bout Them Cowboys!

October 13th, 2014 by Justin Thomas

AP COWBOYS SEAHAWKS FOOTBALL S FBN USA WAThis weekend, the Dallas Cowboys pulled off the seemingly impossible task of going into Seattle and beating the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field.

What may be even more impressive is that way that they beat Seattle. The Cowboys won using a gameplan that hasn’t appeared in Dallas since they last won a Super Bowl, a gameplan that revolves around balance and physicality.

Dallas’ offensive line is proving that they are one of the best in the league, their defense is being physical at the point of attack and forcing turnovers, running back Demarco Murray is playing like an MVP back, starting with 6-straight 100-plus yard games on the ground, and quarterback Tony Romo is looking sharp and not turning the ball over.

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Weekly Hashtag Winner and Next Week’s Hashtag

October 13th, 2014 by Courtney K

Studybreak We are all about the winners here at WLOY. This week marks our first winner of our weekly hashtags! We are happy to announce that Sara Ghavidel Asgari‘s photo will be featured on our Instagram (WLOY_radio)! Go check it out and wish her good luck on her marathon in Baltimore this weekend!

NOW, DRUM ROLL, PLEASE! [Insert drum roll here.]

NEXT WEEK’S HASHTAG IS …. #wloystudybreak. We know that midterms, papers, and homework are stressful. That’s why you need a study break and WLOY wants to know what you do to unwind from some midterm craziness! So study hard, but also make sure to take some breaks for your sanity (and insta-likes)! Good Luck!



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Museum Mondays: Hampton National Historic Site

October 13th, 2014 by Courtney K

1DF9F922-155D-451F-679005E4902D45D6-large What: Hampton National Historic Site

Where: 535 Hampton Ln, Towson, MD 21286

Looking for something fun, fact-filled, and free to do with your family? A visit to the Hampton National Historic Site may be the perfect thing! In the early 1800s, Captain Charles Ridgley had the beautiful mansion built as his “Palace in the Wilderness”, and it later housed his nephew, Governor Charles Ridgley and his family, servants, indentured slaves, British prisoners of war, and craftsmen. The mansion is not only a historical gold mine, but an aesthetic must-see. The site offers free tours of the mansion and the lands, or feel free to explore the wealth of artifacts and scenery on your own! Find out more on the website!



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Sports Saturdays: Women’s Soccer at Ridley

October 11th, 2014 by Justin Thomas

10404561WHAT: Loyola Greyhounds Women’s Soccer vs. Lehigh Mountain Hawks

WHEN: Saturday, October 11th, 7:00pm

WHERE: Ridley Athletic Complex

 

The Greyhounds return home to continue Patriot League play this weekend against the Mountain Hawks of Lehigh.

The Hounds enter this game hungry for their first Patriot League win against the 4-3-3 (2-0-2 conference) Mountain Hawks.

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